Radio TV Training School    
  1949 Home Study Course
The Radio Training School, later called "RTS Electronics," was one of many companies offering correspondence courses in radio, TV and electronics. They were located in Los Angeles, and advertised in many hobbyist-oriented electronics magazines in the 40's through the 60's.
The course here is from 1949, and includes 100 lessons; 75 cover basic electronics and radio and 25 cover television.
Credits
This course courtesy of Greg Overton
Supplementary Material
Model Answers for Exams
 
1949 Course
Radio Lessons
1-R AM Radio
2-R Electricity in Tubes & Wiring
3-R How Radio Tubes Operate
4-R Radio Circuits
5-R Resistance & Current
6-R Capacitors
7-R Coils - Inductors
8-R Alternating Currents
9-R Tuned Circuits
10-R Radio Communication
11-R Antenna Systems
12-R Resistors
13-R Resistance in Circuits
14-R Vacuum Tubes
15-R Electron Tubes & Uses
16-R Tube Classification
17-R Reading Diagrams
18-R Power Output Pentodes
19-R Special Purpose Tubes
20-R Power Amplifier Tubes
21-R Tuned RF Receivers
22-R The Electric Power Unit
23-R Power Supply Circuits
24-R Radio Frequency Amplification
25-R AM Detectors
26-R Tuned RF Receivers
27-R Loop Aerials & Receivers
28-R AF & RF Oscillators
29-R Methods of Audio Amplification
30-R Audio Amplification Methods
31-R Audio Amplifier Problems
32-R Power Amplification
33-R Pentode Circuit Features
34-R Regeneration Application
35-R Vacuum Tube as Oscillator
36-R Superheterodyne Receiver
37-R A Popular Superheterodyne
38-R Automatic Volume Controls
39-R Delayed Automatic Volume Control
40-R Inter-Station Noise Suppression
41-R Universal AC - DC Receivers
42-R Automatic Tuning Systems
43-R Automatic Electric Tuning
44-R Midget Radio Receivers
45-R All Wave Superheterodynes
46-R Frequency Conversion
47-R Automobile Receiver
48-R Test Equipment
49-R Receiver Hum & Oscillators
50-R Fading & Intermittent Reception
51-R Radio Service Oscillator
52-R Methods of Metering
53-R Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
54-R Commercial Oscilloscope
55-R Oscilloscope 6 Visual Alignment
56-R Public Address & Sound
57-R Power Amplifier Methods in PA
58-R Sound & Loudspeakers
59-R Impedance matching for volume
60-R Phonograph Pickups
61-R Microphones
62-R Direct Current Motors
63-R Direct Current Generators
64-R Alternating Current Machinery
65-R Alternators and A.C. Circuits
66-R General Review
67-R Automatic Record Changers
68-R Broadcast Transmitters
69-R Antenna Systems
70-R Broadcast Control Rooms
71-R Frequency Modulation
72-R Limiters in FM receivers
73-R Frequency Discriminator
74-R FM Reception
75-R Alignment of FM Receivers
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